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Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by KegLand-com-au, 26/4/18.

 

  1. Kenf

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    Posted 23/2/19
    No not hot cubing - yep that’s what I thought!
     
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    Posted 24/2/19
    Well same problem yesterday - Hot cubed this time, didn’t get to the cold break flow stopped! Removed one end of the helix and dropped the false bottom in - no dramas!
    So the Robobrew false bottom is a perfect replacement for the Grainfather filter! Works like a charm!

    Cheers
     
  3. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 25/2/19
  4. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 25/2/19
    Yes that's all you would need to do. Also the liquid ball lock disconnect you would not need so you can remove that from the kit too.
     
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  5. KegLand-com-au

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  6. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 25/2/19
    Yes. I would agree with this. We have had more success with the false bottom that comes included with the BrewZilla or Robobrew. I think the helix coil doesn't work as well. So even though we sell the helix coil I would say the false bottom is the way to go.
     
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    Posted 25/2/19
    Yep thanks guys! By the way I think the work David Heath has done (&I might have helped a bit), might see you guys sell a few more false bottoms - Internationally ;) by the way the Camlocks with the adapter fitted perfectly!
     
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    Posted 25/2/19
    Thank you very much for that. I will be ordering soon.
     
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    Posted 27/2/19
    Any chance of releasing white Blowties, Red is ugly.
     
  10. JnR_Mc

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    Posted 27/2/19
    What is the latest timeframes for the Fermentasaurus 2 being released?
     
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  11. KegLand-com-au

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    Posted 27/2/19
    We wanted to make a few more changes before we shipped in the next batch of them. Still a couple very small changes that we are making at the moment. I think in another 6-7 weeks we hopefully have a container arriving. Sorry it's taken ages. It's not a simple product to make.
     
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    Posted 27/2/19
    I hope your getting a shit tonne in, they sound like they will sell out quickly. I'd order the next container now ;)
     
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    Posted 27/2/19
    I'd be ordering a few containers, wouldn't stop at one, they are going to sell! Although it would break the classic "out of stock" tradition..
     
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    Posted 28/2/19
    Kegland happy to pay a deposit to help you with stocking numbers I think it is going to sell well, keep up the great R&D.
     
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    Posted 1/3/19
    Hi guys,
    If the thread is wrong, please redirect me.
    I am kind of new to kegging and would teally appreciate a little help with my brand new MK3 from Kegland.
    I bought it new from Amazon in the Great Whire North and having a very slow leak around 0.5-1 psi per hour.

    Here is the test I perform having a gas line connected to the regulator but not to the keg:
    1) With the knob completely removed from the reg, I open the CO2 bottle, so that the HP gauge goes to 750PSI.
    2) I trun off the bottle and leave it ovenight. In the morning there is still 750 PSI, so I conclude no leak on the HP side
    3) I turn on the bottle and set 50 PSI on the LP side by screwing the knob in.
    4) I turn off the bottle and unscrew the know completely out leaving both the HP and LP sides pressurized.
    5) In about 24 hours I have about 25 PSI left on the LP gauge.

    The problem is that I cannot detect any leaks neither on the gas line nor on the regulator with both soapy water or by submergin the gas line and the pin lock QD into water.
    Is that kind of leak something normal or shall I return the reg?
     
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    Posted 1/3/19
    Take as long as you need. I am super keen to get the next gen, but if you guys are still doing everything you can to make it the best possible product then take as long as you need. If you could keep us posted, that would be awesome, as I think there's a lot of us who are super keen to purchase once available.
     
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    Posted 2/3/19
    Try the connection to the gas bottle.
    I had a little scratch on the white washer that was enough for slow leak.
     
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    Posted 2/3/19
    I think HP side is fine, it holds pressure no problem Its the LP side when the gas is trapped there by unscrewing the know and leaving it overnight with HP pressurized.
     
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    What happens when you leave the reg at the set pressure, does it maintain the same pressure on the HP & LP side?
     
  20. peteru

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    Posted 2/3/19
    Not a good way to test.

    Instead, leave the regulator set to the desired pressure. Turn off the gas bottle valve. Wait. Both, the high pressure and the low pressure side should remain stable.
     
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